Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 110
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bren kitchen cabinets
I bought a paint spraying gun to paint our kitchen cabinets. I had to thin this paint for the sprayer. The key is to have the perfect dilution ratio of distilled water : paint. I got it right after several practice pieces. Then I sprayed the cabinet doors laying them flat and allowing to dry at least 24 hours. They are now hung back up and appear smooth as glass. I have been wiping our messy food drips, spills, and splashes with a soft wet cloth, and the paint is holding up fantastic. (I did sand the doors before applying the paint)
October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by nancylee excellent paint
I am redoing my kitchen at the lowest cost possible and when I found this paint online I ordered it.
All we did was a light sanding on the horrible old formica/laminate cabinet doors and then put 2 coats of paint on. It freshened the cabinets up nicely and once dried, even after a day, when my fingernail hit the paint, it did not chip or mar it. I have 18 cabinets (with double doors) and drawers and it only took 1/2 of the gallon to cover it all. I was advised to use a sponge roller along with a brush. Did a wonderful job! Cheapest cabinet redo ever!
October 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed Save your money
I wish i could return this paint. It's terrible. I have gotten much better results with a good kitchen and bath paint. Not sure what all the rave reviews are about.
October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JellyBeans Like New Vanity
We painted our Formica vanity with a fine spray. Turned out great!
October 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by citicat wow factor
I decided to only paint my stained-wood peninsula cabinets white and leave the surrounding cabinets the same and this enamel was recommended. Over the 40 years the cabinets have been sanded and stained several times and were showing lots of wear. In truth, they really needed to be replaced but I didn't really want to spend thousands of dollars so I decided to paint them. After sanding, I was told to use a coat of primer (I used 2 for better coverage) and 2 coats of enamel. The cabinets where the wood is holding up came out really nice. I used a roller and then finished it off with a nylon brush. I had to work fast because the enamel dried quickly. Had the wood been new or in better shape the cabinets would have looked brand new. It is easy to work with and easy clean up with soap and water. I used a soap oil to clean the hardwood floors. Value wise I had to buy a gallon and I didn't even use half. Buying 2 quarts would have been more economical. Even though the cabinet still show wear, the new paint has totally brighten up the kitchen and has complemented the granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, and hardwood floor.
April 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SDee Repair damaged Thermo-foil cabinets!
I have white thermo-foil cabinets and while repairing a stove burner and running it without a pan, the edges of several cabinet doors melted. I was in horror, as I can never get the same doors anymore. I decided to fix them. I carefully cut away the melted plastic and glued down any edges that were lifting off the door. I coated the bare part with several coats of auto glazing putty (the red stuff) and sanded with 800 grit. I then used Cabinet Coat to prime the red area, lightly sanded the entire edge, then used two coats with a foam roller on the whole edge. Looks factory finished.
February 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by thumpinc Loved it when it went on. Three years later it is coming off.
It looked great when it went on - with a little wet sanding 12 hours after application it looked like a factory finish. But three years later the paint is starting to come off by the knobs. It appears soft and even feels a little tacky. Its like it never fully cured or something - so while the results looked great they were no where near durable for a kitchen. Thats a problem because we have a huge kitchen we did with it.
September 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ckilgore Covers well, nice finish
I used this to paint an old bookcase because I wanted something durable that wouldn't chip and peel with books and other items being scraped on it. It took a LOT of coats, but I am happy with the finish!
August 30, 2016